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RE: Class A automatic leveling never works!

What brand of leveling blocks do you use? Since this was your original question, I'll answer it. I use LevelLynx. They're light and cheap and fairly durable and you can get them at any Walmart.
deprived 06/11/19 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Online shopping for parts and supplies

Amazon.
deprived 06/11/19 10:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: The Wife Says We Are Keeping Our '89

we are keeping our '89! Those old HRs are amazing.
deprived 04/20/19 08:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: DROPPING a policy that I can't use?

If you failed to read what the ERS covered then that was your mistake. Maybe it was. Maybe it wasn't. My point is, why did you bother to respond as you did? What are you getting out of it? How do your comments help ?
deprived 03/06/19 12:03pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: DROPPING a policy that I can't use?

Shouldn't you have read the details before signing up? Why would you even bother respond like this? What do you get out of this?
deprived 03/05/19 02:27pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
DROPPING a policy that I can't use?

So it seems I have been driving around with an ERS plan that I can't use because I have a Class A Motorized RV. Apparently I need the Good Sam Platinum Plus plan. Since I've been paying in to a plan I can't use I was hoping for at least some kind of discount to upgrade from my useless regular plan that's paid through 2020. But I was told by a service rep that I'd have to pony up the whole $180 and consider the money I've paid in already for the useless plan a waste. I hope someone at Good Sam is interested in keeping a customer. If not, Coach-Net seems pretty interested in keeping customers as does FMCA.
deprived 03/05/19 01:57pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Slide/camera issue

it turned out to be a bad ignition relay. A $3.39 piece. That is some kind of miracle.
deprived 11/19/18 12:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: grey tank stink

If you've done all that tank cleaning it sounds like the air conditioning has become stagnent. . No, it's definitely grey tank smell being sucked, somehow, through the AC. If I add something like Pine-Sol to the grey tank, I can smell Pine-Sol though the AC system when we run, say, the shower or sink. Good guess, though.
deprived 08/14/18 10:59am Tech Issues
RE: grey tank stink

I had someone tell me he reversed the three fans to pull in and closed up all the windows etc and the pressure was enough to blow out the junk. I wish I could have seen that.
deprived 08/14/18 10:56am Tech Issues
RE: grey tank stink

Check under the shower for broken or leaking plumbing. Maybe the air in that area is drawn up thru the wall and into the ceiling where the A/C can distribute it. Some version of this seems most likely. Will continue looking.
deprived 08/14/18 10:55am Tech Issues
RE: grey tank stink

So, it's definitely NOT the air admittance valves. The smell is definitely coming through the ducted A/C system. I removed the grey vent and the pipe has not dropped in to the tank. I shot a high-pressure blast of water into the vent thinking if there was a crack or leak somewhere along the vent pipe I would see water running down the outside of the vent pipe, which is visible (inside a cabinet) at the point where it goes through the floor and in to the tank. Further puzzling things: I was able to block the AC return duct on either side of the where the vent pipe enters the roof. The think being that I could isolate the section of the AC ducts that are close to the vent stack. So I can't be sure at what point along the ductwork the smell is being drawn in and I really can tell from what point the tank is leaking. It has to be somewhere in the ceiling because the smell isn't present at any of the drains or admittance valves. I'd replace the pipe at this point except that the location where the pipe meets the tank is right under a major wall. Perhaps I can cut the pipe at the point where I can see it under the cabinet and then resection it from there. Or insert a smaller pipe inside the bigger one. Like I said, it's a puzzler. Also: the tank has been cleaned and cleaned and cleaned. Bleach, Fabuloso, Oxy-Clean, baking soda, etc etc. It's as clean as it's ever going to get.
deprived 08/13/18 07:07pm Tech Issues
RE: grey tank stink

The vent pipe that goes thru the roof may have dropped down into the tank. Check the top of the pipe on the roof to see if it is still up where it should be. Will do. Thanks!
deprived 08/12/18 01:48am Tech Issues
RE: grey tank stink

It’s definitely not coming from the air admittance valves. It was one of the first things I suspected but during the stink episodes, the areas under the sinks smell fine. I’m not sure how the AC air return can be sucking gas from the vent pipe but clearly that’s what’s happening. This ought to be fun.
deprived 08/11/18 11:26pm Tech Issues
grey tank stink

Recently the motorhome stinks whenever we run any water to the grey tank: washing dishes, showering, etc. I couldn't figure out where the smell was coming from. I thought maybe it was coming from the p-traps or perhaps even under the floor. But it was coming from the air conditioning vents. How on earth can running water to the grey tanks cause it to vent to the A/C duct work? I'm very, very puzzled.
deprived 08/11/18 10:37pm Tech Issues
RE: Safe-t-Plus

Where's the best place to buy it? It depends on the item, really. I've done well on Amazon, Ebay, RVUpgrades, PPL Motorhomes, etc. All I can say is shop around.
deprived 07/22/18 10:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas Class A 37' Pros & Cons of Sway Bar and Trac Bar

The pros are this: significantly better handling. The cons are weight, cost and maybe some bloody knuckles if you do it yourself. I've added these handling upgrades (and more) to all of our rigs and I've never regretted it.
deprived 07/22/18 10:54am Class A Motorhomes
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